What are the best classes to take to become a nutritionist?
Picking a major?
How can you be sure you'll succeed in your career when you pick a college major?
How hard would it be to move away for college, and then move back to my hometown after I graduate (on my own, not with my parents)?
I am currently in Washington State (Seattle area) and am thinking of going away to California for college. I really like where I live however, and there are a lot of good paying opportunities for what I want to do around here (computer science/software engineer). I think going away for four...
What are some steps I can take in high school to make sure I get into a good college?
I am currently a freshman in high school (Washington State, Seattle area), and am looking to get a computer science degree and maybe become a software engineer. Not sure where I want to go to college yet, but I am wondering what some good steps would be in my time in high school to ensure that...
What are some good colleges in SoCal for comp sci?
I’m currently in Washington State (Seattle area) and am thinking of going away to Southern California for college. I want to be a software engineer (or at least something in that field) and am looking to get a comp science degree.
Need help with picking a college, getting into college, and choosing a right career.
I am thinking I might want to go away to college in California (particularly southern california). I am currently in Washington State, and am looking to become a software engineer, or at least something in that field (e.g. comp sci). I would like to know: a. Which colleges in Southern...
What are good starts in motorsports?
What is a good starting place for a beginner trying to start in motorsports? PReferably track racing or rally racing.
What are the extracurriculars you have to do to get into a good college?
Hello! I am a freshman in High School and i am interested in a medical path. What extracurricular activities do i start with to get into a college for a undergraduate medical degree.
what do I need to do to become a psychologist in the USA?
Hi everyone! I am looking to work towards being a psychologist in the USA. I have done my Bachelor's and Masters in Applied Psychology (from India) and currently doing my Masters in Creativity and Change Leadership. I am aware that I would need to pursue a Psy.D or Phd in order to become a...
Lots of options but unsure of which to choose?
Hi I'm a senior in high who's interested in a variety of fields but I don't know which one to choose. I took an accounting class at my school and really enjoyed but I also like the idea of going into library science. Another field I've been looking into is law but I've heard a lot of...
Work Life Balance of a Therapist?
What is the overall work life balance of a clinical mental health therapist? Is the job stressful, do you have a hard time disassociating at the end of the day?
Letters of Recommendation
I have just started my grad school application for Genetic Counseling but am not very confident regarding the 3 letters of recommendation I need to gather. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and my own social anxiety, I have had a hard time making any connections with professors. Classes have around...
Is a Google data analytics certificate in college worth it?
I am an upcoming senior majoring with a B.A in public health and needing some advice / opinions on possibly pursuing a Google certificate over the summer. My original plan was to obtain an internship/ volunteer opportunity to build some experience, but I have not at all. Career wise I have been...
How should I go about connecting with people in my field?
Hello, I am a student enrolled in Cascades Job Corps, studying a trade in IT. I plan on going into the software-dev field, and I'm looking for advice on how to connect with others that have been through similar career paths. Thank you!
What does Technical Writing look like?
When making a portfolio of my work, how do I know which pieces will get the most recognition?
What is a day in the life of a technical writer? Does it change depending on the level of work you do? (entry vs mid vs senior)
whats the best way to get into phase 3 or low voltage in the electrical industry
I'm interested in electrical work
How do I proceed in high school if I have an interest in Psychology?
What should I be doing in order to figure out if the field is really for me?
Speech Therapist, English Teacher, Language Lover, Musician Looking For Creative Work
I am a speech-language pathologist in a school setting. I have long term experience with teaching, as well as playing and writing music, and I have a passion for studying foreign languages. Where to I begin to explore careers that make use of a number of these skills and interests rather than...
Do you recommend any classes in college that could help you be a better organic farmer ?
I would like to be an organic farmer, and I was told to go to college, but I'm not so sure if that is a good idea, or what class to take. (Not a degree).
What are some things I should know about working in the I.T. industry?
I'm currently looking into a career in Information Technology, more specifically being a Computer Repair Technician. What does working in I.T. look like on a day-to-day basis? Are there any opportunities in the I.T. industry for someone that prefers to work alone? And what are some important...
1. What does a typical day look like as a Forensic science technician? 2. What are 3 things I should know about this job before committing myself? 3. What are the tools I will be using every day? 4. What other training would I need to advance in this career? And what are those career possibilities?
I am 19 years old and I am looking for more information on Forensic science technician. I hope to make this as my career but I want to get as much information on it.
How many accumulated years is it to become a licensed and board certified pathologist?
Hello! I'm trying to figure out a few different career paths to look into, but I'm starting out to see the ones I have chosen, and what is required with them, Meaning years of college, training, as an assistant, etc, and how the people who work in those jobs feel about them. I do have multiple...
I have three questions for anyone that has learned telecommunications engineering through apprenticeships and they are the following what did a day in your life look like, what was the hardest part of your pathway, what is some advice you would give me
I am currently enrolled in job corps and plan on applying to Velex as a telecommunications apprentice when I am finish and i'm in search of some advice
what experience do I need to become a telecommunications engineer
What steps would you recommend I take entering in the field of welding. What are some tools of the trade I should be familiar with. What does a typical day look like on the job.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging techs what are 3 things you wish you knew before choosing this career?
I am looking into this career path for my future. I would like to know a little bit more from an MRI tech perspective that's actually in the career filed. I am also wondering where to start? or whats good MRI school. #career #tech #healthcare #medical #MagneticResonanceImagingTech #science...
Would you say a career in nursing is worth it?
Currently an engineering student looking to switch into nursing. About to start my first CNA job soon and would love some advice! #nursing #healthcare #medicine
What careers are available with a B.A in Public Heath?
Hello! I am currently applying for the public health major (B.A) and can’t help but wonder what career opportunities exist. As when I ask advisors they tell me PH is a broad major with so many job opportunities but never really seem to say what exactly. I’ve seen Reddit’s on PH majors who state...
What are your main responsibilities as an CNA?
I`m interested in becoming an CNA
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